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Merida is the largest city and the capital of the state of Yucatan, it is also the cultural and financial capital of the region. It is a modern and cosmopolitan city with museums, art galleries, restaurants, shops and boutiques. It is also one of the most important Mayan heritage places, discover more with our Merida tours with bilingual guides.
Merida was founded in 1542 by Francisco de Montejo “el Mozo? and built on the site of the ancient Mayan city, meaning city of the five hills?. T'ho was the center of culture and activity of the Mayans in the Yucatan region. After the arrival of the Spanish, the five pyramids of the ancient city were destroyed, the ruins used for building.
Merida was built as a walled city, so several of the old city gates still remain intact. It also boasts the second largest historical center of Mexico, second only to Mexico City. Merida received its nickname La Ciudad Blanca, due to the predominance of limestone of this color that was used as construction material. The best Merida tours.
Merida, with its more than 1,000 tourist sites and warm all-year-long weather, is the perfect place to learn about Mexican history and relax in a safe, provincial environment. Our Merida tours with bilingual guides are intended to cover as most places as time permits with a touch of freedom for you to stop at whichever site you like.
In Yucatan, not only do they speak Spanish with a distinctive accent, but also a third of the state's population speaks Yucatec Maya. The food in Merida is also different from the traditional Mexican food, as it has been influenced by the local indigenous culture, as well as Caribbean flavors, which you can experience with our Merida tours.
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